Settings to write to the dconf configuration system.

Note that the database is strongly-typed so you need to use the same types as described in the GSettings schema. For example, if an option is of type uint32 (u), you need to wrap the number using the constructor. Otherwise, since Nix integers are implicitly coerced to int32 (i), it would get stored in the database as such, and GSettings might be confused when loading the setting.

You might want to use dconf2nix to convert dconf database dumps into compatible Nix expression.

attribute set of attribute set of (GVariant value)
{ }
  "org/gnome/calculator" = {
    button-mode = "programming";
    show-thousands = true;
    base = 10;
    word-size = 64;
    window-position = [100 100];